Source: Dubai – Arabic.net
A video clip had spread, on Saturday, showing the moment hundreds of pro-Turkish Syrian fighters were transported from Syria to Libya, by private Turkish plane, and the majority of those who appeared in the video were displaced from Afrin and Idlib from central Syria, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights The human.
For his part, Ghassan Salameh said in an interview with Reuters news agency last Saturday evening, “I can confirm the arrival of fighters from Syria,” estimating their number by between one thousand and two thousand.
And last Friday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed that the process of transferring fighters carried out by Turkey from the Syrian lands to the Libyan territories is continuous, indicating that the number of recruits who arrived in the Libyan capital Tripoli so far amounted to about 1750 “mercenaries”, while the number The recruits who arrived in the Turkish camps to receive training amounted to about 1500 recruits, amid the continued large recruitment operations, whether in Afrin or the Euphrates Shield areas.
It is noteworthy that the leaders of the most prominent countries concerned with the conflict in Libya announced, on Sunday, at the conclusion of the Berlin conference, respect for the arms embargo imposed by the United Nations in 2011, and called for the cessation of hostilities and the escalation of escalation and commitment to “a permanent ceasefire” in the country.